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Birmingham City boss confident of survival

The Birmingham City manager Lee Clark says he is confident the team can get four points from their remaining two matches, to guarantee Championship survival.

His side currently sit in the bottom three, but have a game in hand on a number of teams above them. Clark says the fans will be the driving force behind their push for safety.

Birmingham take on Wigan Athletic tomorrow night in their final home match of the season, when they are looking to get their first win at St Andrews since October.

Birmingham will need to take at least a point from this game-in-hand, if survival is to be in their own hands on the final day.

The last match is away at Bolton Wanderers on Saturday.

Birmingham City sign Polish international Dudka

Dariusz Dudka will be joining the Blues on a short-term contract Credit: Adam Davy/EMPICS Sport

Lee Clark has signed Poland international Dariusz Dudka on a short-term contract. The 29-year-old has signed a two-month deal, which will take him up to 1 January, 2014, pending international clearance.

Dudka is predominantly a midfield anchorman but can also step in as a full-back or central defender if required.

The club says the Blues boss Lee Clark decided to offer him a contract having impressed on trial at Wast Hills during the last couple of weeks, during which time he also played for the Blues U21s.


Two new signings for Birmingham City Football Club

Dan Burn, who previously played for Fulham Credit: Birmingham City Football Club

Birmingham City Football Club has signed a new defender from Fulham on a season-long contract.

Dan Burn, 21, scored three goals in 41 appearances while on loan with Yeovil Town last season.

The 6ft 7in centre-back began his professional career with Darlington in 2009.

Previous non-League striker, Matt Green Credit: Birmingham City Football Club

Lee Clark has also signed striker Matt Green on a two-year contract from Mansfield Town.

The Bath-born 26-years-old scored 56 goals over two seasons for Mansfield, who were promoted to League Two this year.